Question Time would be taken to various countries in the Middle East and North Africa The BBC plans to produce an Arabic version of its popular Question Time show, in response to greater demand for audience participation after this year's regional unrest, The National has reported. The TV show typically features a range of politicians who answer questions put to them by the audience. Question Time would be taken to various countries in the Middle East and North Africa, said Naglaa El Emary, Cairo bureau chief and regional special projects editor for BBC Arabic. "We don't have an agenda, but we are trying to respond to the audience's needs," she said. "Our plan is to focus more on young people, social media and documentary making."